You can even leave it a little lumpy; the carryover warmth from the yolk mixture will soften those lumps while you whip the cream. + standing Cook: 10 min. Refrigerate, covered, 6 hours or overnight. Stir mascarpone cheese; let stand at room temperature 30 minutes. Tiramisu is Italian for “pick-me-up,” and this one is definitely true to its name! Stir mascarpone cheese; let stand at room temperature 30 minutes. Repeat 2 more times. You want them moistened, not mushy or disintegrating. Don't like Marsala—or you've run out? So, I decided to revamp a classic tiramisu recipe to include all the flavor, but less of the fuss. Briefly dip 8 ladyfingers into coffee mixture and place in the bottom of a 9-in. When you fold in the whipped cream, they'll disappear entirely. Whisk yolks, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/3 cup Marsala and salt in top of a double boiler until mixture is thickened (ribbon stage) and a thermometer reads 160°. —Lauren Knoelke, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rich and Creamy Tiramisu Recipe photo by Taste of Home, Prep: 15 min. You can also make this in a 9-in. Make it with your drink of choice: brandy, Kahlua, dark rum, Grand Marnier or fortified wine. Chill your bowl before whipping the cream to speed the process. Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. My version of the classic Tuscan trifle has both coffee and espresso for layers of java flavor. Rich and creamy in texture with hints of espresso, almond, and chocolate. As a professional chef, I’ve made my share of classic tiramisu recipes but I always thought it took a few more steps than it should. Directions. Top with 1-1/2 cups mascarpone mixture. Combine coffee, espresso powder and remaining Marsala. Remove from heat; whisk in mascarpone until almost smooth. springform pan. What’s not to like? But work more gently when mixing in the mascarpone cheese. Whip cream and remaining sugar until soft peaks form; fold into mascarpone mixture. Feel free to vigorously whip the yolk mixture in the double boiler to add volume and get that ribbonlike texture. + chilling. Do Not Sell My Personal Information – CA Residents, 2 cartons (8 ounces each) mascarpone cheese, 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar, divided, 1/3 cup plus 2 tablespoons Marsala wine or liqueur, divided, 3/4 cup strong brewed coffee, room temperature, 1 package (7 ounces) crisp ladyfinger cookies. To serve, loosen and remove rim; sprinkle with cocoa powder. Substitute espresso for the strong coffee if you have an espresso machine. This recipe is from the late Maida Heatter and is easily the best homemade tiramisu recipe that I’ve ever tried. Tiramisu is a timeless no-bake Italian dessert combining espresso-dipped ladyfingers and a creamy lightly sweetened mascarpone cream. Whisk yolks, 1/2 cup sugar, 1/3 cup Marsala and salt in top of a double boiler until mixture is thickened (ribbon stage) and a thermometer reads 160°. This is worth the effort, absolutely delicious, I just used strong organic dark roast coffee. Dip the ladyfingers only a second or two. square baking dish.